Monthly Archives: September, 2005

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BIG RED ON-THE-TOWN: NESAD

By BIG RED Print this article September 15, 2005 Candid snaps from a Big RED night on-the-town at the reception for Return On Investment and David Brown at NESAD/Suffolk University. Photos by James Manning.

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CHANTAL ZAKARI’S WEBAFFAIRS

By BIG RED Print this article Boston artist Chantal Zakari, who recently co-curated the exhibition Bit Logic at GASP, has announced the release of her new book, webAffairs. From the announcement, this book “is an artist’s documentary of an adult…

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DUANE SLICK @ NIELSEN GALLERY

By MARINA VERONICA Print this article Upon viewing Duane Slick’s new work at the Nielsen Gallery, one may recall Andy Warhol’s 1985 silkscreen prints of company logos and symbols or collaborative paintings with the young African-American graffiti artist with Haitian…

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BIT LOGIC @ GASP

By JONATHAN FARDY Print this article What happens when we interact with the computer? Even a simple word processing program, changes the way I write, its not my handwriting, it auto corrects my typos, notifies me of spelling and grammatical…

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JOE WARDWELL @ GREEN STREET

By HEIDI MARSTON Print this article The lights go down, everyone screams. We don’t see anything yet but we know what’s coming. The anticipation is almost too much. The smoke pours out onto the stage; the lights from below light…

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LOVE WHAT I LOVE

By HEIDI MARSTON Print this article The color was like the sky. It had a texture that changed from a soft brushstroke quality to patchy and cloudlike. It was 5’ x 5’ which at the time seemed huge. I felt…

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BIG RED GOES BACK TO SCHOOL

By BIG RED STAFF Print this article THE GRAPHIC IMPERATIVE: POLITICAL POSTERS @ MASSART by BEN SLOAT LUEDERS-BOOTH & TUCKERMAN @ THE ART INSTITUTE OF BOSTON by MATTHEW NASH SONIFICATION/LISTENING UP @ MIT (BLGD 54) by ANNEKA LENSSEN JESSICA STOCKHOLDER…

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A CONVERSATION WITH DAVID HILLIARD

By BEN SLOAT Print this article David Hilliard is a Boston-based photographer known for his unique multi-panel images that present complex, yet personal narratives. Represented by galleries in Los Angeles, New York, Atlanta, and at the Bernard Toale Gallery here…

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IN THE STUDIO WITH ROBERT FERRANDINI

By CHARLES GIULIANO Print this article In October, Gallery NAGA, on Boston’s Newbury Street, will present an exhibition of new work by Robert Ferrandini. Since his stroke in October, 2001 the gallery has shown and sold paintings and drawings from…

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MASS APPEAL @ AXIOM, INC.

By CHRISTIAN HOLLAND Print this article Perhaps an appropriate show as Axiom’s finale at its Allston space, MASS MEDIA included the work of 21 new media artists in its comparatively small space. Axiom’s director and curator of MASS MEDIA, Heidi…

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DEGAS @ THE SACKLER MUSEUM, HARVARD

By ANNEKA LENSSEN Print this article Since I love almost every mark that Degas ever made, and anyone else with sensory organs and a passing affinity for Western art does too, this review probably best functions as an aid toward…

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BUSYCLE @ THE BERWICK

By RACHEL GEPNER Print this article Flip through an issue of Metropolis magazine and you’ll encounter stories about office chairs that save our spines, restaurants that save dining, and bus shelters that save bus waiting. Its pages of glossy photos…

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ANSEL ADAMS @ THE MFA

By MARINA VERONICA Print this article The Lane collection of photography by Ansel Adams on view at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston is absolutely breathtaking. But in a way that one might not expect. Envisioning rooms filled with beautiful…

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DESIGN AN ISSUE OF BIG RED!

By BIG RED Print this article As you may have noticed, each issue of Big RED & Shiny has a new and unique design scheme. The Big RED team works long and hard to come up with these flashy graphics…

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SYNTHETIC ART: PERSPECTIVE II

By KARINE JOUENNE & REESE INMAN Print this article So what’s so important about Synthetic Art anyway? Why bother to give it a name? There’s nothing new about artists using the computer, after all… At this point, in the spirit…

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